Tomatoes, peppers, squash and eggplant often suffer from this affliction. It shows up as a blackish spot on the end of the fruit, opposite the stem. It is usually the result of overly wet or acid soil keeps the plant from absorbing calcium that builds cell strength. To prevent blossom end rot, apply a half … Fix Blossom End Rot
1. Choose a bright, airy spot. Plant tomatoes where they will get at least 10 hours of light in summer. And leave room between plants for air to circulate. 2. Crop Rotation Alternate your tomato bed between even just two spots and you diminish the risk of soilborne diseases such as bacterial spot and early … 7 Tips for Amazing Tomatoes!